Starting Jan. 14, 2020, end users will be able to purchase Power BI without having to go through a centralized procurement process. Here we answer your biggest questions.
A global agency had successfully communicated internally for decades. That is, until a technical issue began causing difficulties with its European file-sharing process.
Amid all the hustle and bustle, SHI experts share what they found most impressive, and how new tech, updates, and changes might impact your business.
End of support for SQL Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 is coming up on July 9, 2019 and January 14, 2020, respectively. Microsoft customers have two options to keep their organizations [...]
Microsoft recently introduced new SKUs for Microsoft 365 E3 and E5 that will show up as a single line in the Admin Center and License Summary. Here's what new and existing customers need to know [...]
Microsoft has expanded its offering of comprehensive suites to enable secure, flexible, and collaborative workspaces, along with the ability to manage them, regardless of user locations and [...]
Switching from Office on premises to Office 365 (O365) seems like a natural step—it’s the future of Microsoft, comes with tons of great benefits, and it allows you to work from a user-based [...]
You probably heard Microsoft is buying LinkedIn. But have you heard about MPSA’s evolution and the licensing changes for Windows Server 2016 and Office 365 (O365)? Microsoft announced a [...]
With only two months left in Microsoft’s Fiscal Year ending June 30, you’re probably wondering why I’m writing a blog post now on Microsoft’s Volume Licensing (VL) transformation. Change is [...]
Microsoft will change one of its biggest licensing programs – and your organization might have a decision to make. Microsoft is raising the minimum desktop commitment on Enterprise and [...]